d1t01-Introduction d1t02-Cold Rain And Snow d1t03-Black Throated Wind d1t04-He's Gone d1t05-Beat It On Down The Line d1t06-Loser d1t07-The Frozen Logger d1t08-El Paso d1t09-Black Peter d1t10-Jack Straw d1t11-Friend Of The Devil d1t12-The Promised Land d2t01-Bird Song d2t02-Playing In The Band d2t03-Bertha
d2t04-Tuning d2t05-Truckin' >> d2t06-The Other One
Reviewer:Evan S. Hunt
March 3, 2017 Subject:
Jerry Plays White Strat
In 1972 I seem to recall, although I cannot be certain that my memory is still up to snuff, that Jerry used two Fender Stratocasters. I think he used his white one with the maple neck on this night. I always loved the tone of this guitar. It is capable of being both rich and raunchy. Jerry liked the Strat's tone because he could, besides regular rock guitar, make it sound like a steel guitar and an acoustic guitar. Unfortunately, these guitars often went out of tune. Perhaps it's why he eventually went to custom made hybrids of Fender Strat and Gibson SG's and Les Pauls. He got the fat sound and stayed in tune better.
Dunno. Just supossin'
July 22, 2014 Subject:
Not too shabby
Good show...classic '72 sound. Definitely worth listening to Phil's bass solo out of Truckin' and Jerry does add a little bit to the end of Bertha after the flub. Just saw the Beat Club movie and it was funny how Jerry stopped mid-song to correct someone else's flub. You could tell everyone else tightened up after that...
August 25, 2011 Subject:
"From Marin County, the Grateful Dead"
A must-hear Bill Graham introduction. Check it out.
April 27, 2011 Subject:
Was Pigpen out sick this night?
February 25, 2010 Subject:
Exellent in both performance and sound quality. Thanks Jay and thanks Betty Cantor Jackson.
Reviewer:Shooting Dark Star
January 24, 2010 Subject: